Cosy little 30m2 studio, with fantastic view. Sofabed can be made into a double bed, and there is a possibility for one extra bed. Wifi, TV, bathroom, small kitchen. Outside theres a garden with shared pool. Beach 350 myers away. Have a nice stay!
Registro de Turismo de Andalucía (RTA): VFT/MA/12003
TO GET THERE
If you arrive with plane at Malaga airport you have several options:
1. This is what I do: Take the train (C1 (Cercanias 1) from the airport towards Fuengirola. It takes about 30 minutes and cost 2,70€ pr. person. It leaves every 20 minutes. From Fuengirola it is easiest to take a cap (14€) to the apartment in La Cala de Mijas. (Bus from Fuengirola to La Cala de Mijas is possible also)
2. Cap from airport to La Cala de Mijas is around 50€ (I do it when arriving late or when I am very lazy :-))
3. Rent a car - its cheap and you can easily go around the coast and mountains
There is lots of free parking around the building. There is a "hidden" parking also behind Esmeralda 1, drive in right next to the grocery shop in the building.
Its flexible, but if we don’t agree otherwise;
WHEN YOU ARRIVE
When arriving the apartment is cleaned and beds are made. Bathroom has towels, and there is water for a start in the fridge. So this is what you should expect on arrival.
You DON'T have to wash sheets & towels, floors or bathroom. This is included in the cleaning fee.
EXPECTED OF YOU WHEN LEAVING
Carry out garbage, wash dishes and leave it tidy.
You have a short distance to the beach (350m) and center of town (850m). Its a lovely neighbourhood and its kept very clean. From town you can go with bus to Marbella, Fuengirola and Malaga (and possibly anywhere :-))
Shopping simple groceries (and heavy stuff like water) is possible in a small local supermarket in the building Esmeralda 1. You will possibly want to shop for more special food, fish and meat. For this there is Marcadona - a supermarket 10 minutes away.
Every Saturday and Wednesdays there is a street market in town. It's in walking distance, but ask for directions when you hit town. A lot of Chinese electronics and fake copies of everything is sold, but you can find good fruits and veg’s, nuts, olives and a dress for the beach here. Tuesday is street market in Fuengirola which is bigger (the biggest on the coast) and have more handicrafts.
PLACES TO GO
Ronda: A bigger village in the mountains. It's a great trip in car up there, and a nice full day trip.
Mijas: This nearest white city is the center of the Mijas region. Its touristic, but have great eating, small handicraft shops. Go deep in the city - there will be less people and you can peek into the local gardens. I really like the Photo art Gallery.
PLACES TO EAT
Finer dining: El Olivo de la Cala.
This fine restaurants is just by the beach. I go here twice a year. They have great food and drinks and you can take a beach walk before and after.
Also do a search for La Lala de Mijas on Trip advisor
I have not been to them all - but give me a hint if you find any really good places :-).
You can get in anytime - even if you arrive late or in the night. You have acces to pool and the garden around the building
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My name is Martin and I am living i Copenhagen. I have 4 apartments in Spain in a small village town by the sea called La Cala Mijas. I have a girlfriend and a 4 year old girl. In copenhagen I am working as film producer in my own company.
I have tried to make these apartments as nice as possible to make your stay cosy and nice. I hope you like them.
If you are more people up to 12 it is possible to make a deal about renting all apartments (they are on a row) :-)